Archive for the ‘Trinity’ Category

A cup of tea with Unitarian scholar Prof. (Dr.) Sir Anthony Buzzard MA (Oxon.), MATh, Hon. PhD

Psalm 110:1 is a proof text for Unitarian monotheism that refutes the Trinitarian hypostasis: A brief exchange with premiere Unitarian scholar, Professor (Dr.) Sir Anthony F. Buzzard of the Restoration Fellowship, Atlanta Bible College by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons), MCollT Thoughts on Psalm 110:1. Does it say “the Lord (adonai) said to my Lord (l’adoni)” […]

Sir Isaac Newton rejected the Trinity

Sir Isaac Newton’s Crusade Against the Trinitarian cult by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons), MCollT Already in the 1600s, Christian intellectuals that inspected the Trinitarian theology rebelled against it. The brilliant mathematician Sir Isaac Newton* was vehemently against the invented cult of Trinitarianism. He was an avid believer in the worship of the ONE absolute God. […]

James White’s Quadratheism* cult

The world heavyweight Trinitarian Evangelist James R. White has shown himself to be a worshipper of polytheism. In fact, in his book ‘The Forgotten Trinity’, he unwittingly reveals to his readers that he has advanced from three gods to FOUR gods; therefore, making him the promulgator of a new cult: White’s Quadratheism (the FOUR Gods religion) […]

Was Jesus Really Almighty God?

Was Jesus ever thought of as God by the earliest strata of evidence or traditions that we have of him? A brief treatise. by Ibn Anwar BHsc (Hons), MCollT The most eminent theologian and New Testament scholar Father Raymond Brown writes: “The slow development of the usage of the title “God” for Jesus requires explanation. […]

Dismantling the Trinitarian perception of John 1:1

A fresh new look at John 1:1 from a fresh new translation of the whole New Testament by the eminent scholar, Prof. Sir (Dr.) Anthony F. Buzzard. by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons), MCollT The following traditional rendering of the beginning of the Johannine Prologue comes from the New King James Version. “In the beginning was […]

Did Jacob wrestle with God, Jesus, or an angel?

Did Jacob have a cosmic wrestling match with God? By Ibn anwar, BHsc (Hons), MCollT Then Jacob was left alone; and a Man wrestled with him until the breaking of day. Now when He saw that He did not prevail against him, He touched the socket of his hip; and the socket of Jacob’s hip was […]

Did God die on the cross?

Unravelling the Trinitarian confusion on the death or survival of “God” on the cross by Ibn Anwar BHSc (Hons), MCollT           Standard Trinitarian theology teaches that in the incarnation of Jesus he existed in two natures—divine and human. These two natures are inseparable in the incarnation in the Son of God who is the second […]